#INRA2025 #Global: a global ambition to achieve food security in a context of transitions

A global ambition to achieve food security in a context of transitions

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#Global priority: a global ambition to achieve food security in a context of transitions
#Global priority: a global ambition to achieve food security in a context of transitions

At the global level, food systems are under significant pressure from major demographic, nutritional, climate and energy-related transitions. INRA showcases its activities on the international stage via its metaprogrammes and in particular GloFoodS  to study the causes, processes and consequences of the transitions under way, on spatial scales that are complementary to those explored in the other priority thematic areas.

 

Context & Vision
Achievements & Outlook

4 Objectives


> #Global-1: Facing global transitions head on

> #Global-2: Managing availability of bioresources on different scales

   

> #Global-3: An integrated vision of trends, markets and trade

> #Global-4: Territorialized approaches for a general understanding of food system performance

 

UN Sustainable Development Goals

 

UN Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

UN Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries

 

French National Research Strategy Challenges

 

National Research Strategy challenge: food security and demographic challenge
National Research Strategy challenge: food security and demographic challenge

Food security and
demographic challenge

National Research Strategy challenge: innovative, integrative and adaptive societies
National Research Strategy challenge: innovative, integrative and adaptive societies

Innovative, integrative
and adaptive societies

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A European and international strategy for INRA

 
 
Published on 01/05/2017

INRA will only find its full place in international food security research if it can transmit its strategies and capacities beyond France’s borders. Doing so will also foster innovation and support French farmers and agricultural industries on the international stage.

Half of INRA’s publications are the result of international cooperation; INRA’s international strategy draws on this core strength. Another major asset are INRA’s partnerships with other national stakeholders. These inclu...